Hsüan T'ung

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Hsüan T'ung

(ˈʃwɑːn ˈtʊŋ)
n
(Biography) a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Xuan-tong
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China abolished monarchical rule in 1912 when the last emperor of the Qing dynasty, Pu Yi, was overthrown to establish the Republic of China.
The Last Emperor, the story of the Chinese child emperor Pu Yi, was his greatest success.
The period of subsequent flops weighed on the director, who looked east for the theme of ""The Last Emperor" which chronicled the life of Pu Yi, China's last imperial ruler.
a biopic of the Chinese emperor Pu Yi, which won nine Oscars in 1988,
Bertolucci's most critically successful film was The Last Emperor , a biopic of the Chinese emperor Pu Yi, which won nine Oscars in 1988, including best picture.
A period of subsequent flops weighed on the director who looked east for the theme of ""The Last Emperor", which chronicled the life of Pu Yi, China's last imperial ruler, because he was upset by his failures.
In 1912, Pu Yi, the last emperor of China, abdicated, marking the end of the Qing Dynasty.
Pu Yi, the last emperor of China, was suckled into his teens but the practice was banned as decadent by Chairman Mao.
The Liverpool Philharmonic is also performing a piece composed for a "new" Chinese stringed instrument called the "dahu", created by Li Kui Hsuing, who famously worked on the sound track for the film The Last Emperor, Bertolucci's flawed biopic of Pu Yi.
August 16 Soviet troops capture Pu Yi, puppet ruler of Manchuria and the last Chinese emperor, at Mukden, China.
Newly published documents suggest that famed World War II-era spy Yoshiko Kawashima, a relative of the ''Last Emperor'' Pu Yi, was executed in China, countering decades of conjecture that she paid for an impersonator to take her place before the firing squad.
The man known as Henry Pu Yi led one of the strangest lives of the 20th century.